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Tolkien Class (Yr 4)

Day three - After a better nights sleep than the previous night, we all woke up ready and raring to go. We took part in activities like trapeze, nightline and piranha pool and like the first two days we gave it our all.

Day two - It's rained ALL day but this hasn't 'dampened' our spirits! From giant swing to challenge, from archery to the trapeze, we've shown excellent grit, detemination and encouragement in our groups.

Day one at Robinwood - We have had a fun packed start to our three day residential. We all showed huge resilience and communication in our activities like zip wire, Quest and challenge course. The weather has been fantastic and we can't wait for tomorrow!

Welcome to Tolkien Class!

Class teacher - Miss Pickthall

Teaching assistant - Mr Jackson

 

Hello and welcome to Tolkien class page on the website!

 

Our Current topic is Treasure!

We kicked off our new topic by visiting The Watch Tree Nature Reserve. While we were there, we worked in teams to find as many gold coins as possible then we used a map to orienteer our way around the Nature Reserve, finding specific points to stamp sheets.

 

We kicked off our Treasure topic by going on an orientateering trip to the Watch Tree Nature Reserve

 

Key information:

PE days are Wednesday and Friday. Please ensure your child brings in the correct PE kit on those days.

Homework is handed out on Monday (this consists of one piece of Maths, One piece of English and spellings). Homework is expected to be handed on Friday morning; Spelling will be tests on the same morning.

 

 

 

How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth.

How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 1
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 2
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 3
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 4
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 5
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 6
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 7
How humans work - In Autumn 1 we found out how humans work. We learned about how our eyes work by creating our own eye tests. Then we bit into polystyrene to identify our teeth. 8

Explorers and adventurers - To start of our new topic, we set the children off on a treasure hunt. Using a compass and a metre wheel, the children worked excellently as a team to follow the instructions.

Explorers and adventurers - To start of our new topic, we set the children off on a treasure hunt. Using a compass and a metre wheel, the children worked excellently as a team to follow the instructions. 1
Explorers and adventurers - To start of our new topic, we set the children off on a treasure hunt. Using a compass and a metre wheel, the children worked excellently as a team to follow the instructions. 2
Explorers and adventurers - To start of our new topic, we set the children off on a treasure hunt. Using a compass and a metre wheel, the children worked excellently as a team to follow the instructions. 3
Explorers and adventurers - To start of our new topic, we set the children off on a treasure hunt. Using a compass and a metre wheel, the children worked excellently as a team to follow the instructions. 4
Explorers and adventurers - To start of our new topic, we set the children off on a treasure hunt. Using a compass and a metre wheel, the children worked excellently as a team to follow the instructions. 5

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